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1/10/2019StudyBlue Flashcard Printing of EDU2711/18how to teach sightwords teach using multiple senses inorder so can see commonpatterns. simplest to mostcomplex Current view of teaching readingand writingChildren observe written forms, listen to peopleread, they subsequently read and writePhonics awareness is taught to beginning readersdifference between anecdotalstories and scientific researchAnecdotal stories (a personal account of aninteresting incident) are not accepted as scientificresearch, yet they form the basis of what wholelanguage proponents of some reading methodscite as researchLogical Teaching Orderthe idea that certain sounds are necessary tolearn others, so they should be taught first(high).this idea disputed ex: 's' singelton before 'sp' clusterDefine the historical significance of the "2 for 1Sounds" and use them to write words andsentencesThe way students were taught to read2 for one's are called shrot cuts it gave phonicsan easily learn method for sounding out vowels orvowels with one sound.
1/10/2019StudyBlue Flashcard Printing of EDU2712/18how to teach sightwords multiple senses in a in order sostudents see common patterns.simplest to most complex Dipthonga subtle combination of twovowel sounds that produces anew, unique sound ★root wordA word to which prefixes and suffixes can beadded (example: HELP - helpful, unhelpful,helpless, helper)open syllablea syllable ending in a vowelsound (e.g., sea). They alsoproduce long vowel sounds (e.g.,frozen)syllablea unit of spoken language larger than a phoneme,a vowel or a group of letters containing one vowelsound
1/10/2019StudyBlue Flashcard Printing of EDU2713/18rimesPart of a syllable that contains the vowel and allthat follows it (i.e., the rime of bag is ag and therime of swim is im.)long vowelA vowel that says itsnameconsonant digrapha consonant cluster that makesonly one sound (sh, ch, th, wh,ph)R-controlled VowelSoundThe modified sound of a vowel immediatelypreceding /r/ in the same syllable, as in care,never, sir, or, curse, etc. morphologythe study of word formation andstructure
1/10/2019StudyBlue Flashcard Printing of EDU2714/18HomonymsWords that sound alike butdifferent meanings. homophoneOne of two or more words pronounced alike, butdifferent in spelling or meaning (e.g., hair/hare,scale (fish)/scale (musical)).homographtear-rip tear- crySimileA figure of speech in which todistinct things are comparedusing like or as RBSPIResearch based systematicphonics instructions. teachessimplest to the most complex
1/10/2019StudyBlue Flashcard Printing of EDU2715/18Whole languagedescribes a literacy instructional philosophy thatemphasizes that children should focus onmeaning and moderates skill instruction; reliesheavily on reading comprehension and context tomemorize the sounds of wordsSight Words, HighFrequency Wordsone of the five ways in which words are read,where the words are recognized instantly andwith virtually no mental effort.